House Plan 1482 | Rustic Two-Story

House Plan 1482 has been named The Renfrow and is now in progress

This house plan has been selected for completion and will be available for purchase soon. See how the original sketches compare to the design in progress, and leave your comments at the bottom of the page!

Front elevation of The Renfrow house plan 1482.

2915 sq ft, 5 beds, 4.5 baths

This stylish, traditional design features a stone and cedar shake exterior accented by metal, arches, and vertical boards. An island kitchen opens to a spacious dining area and a cozy great room topped with a coffered ceiling. Living expands outdoors with a year-round screened porch that features a cathedral ceiling and a fireplace. The master suite offers a remarkable walk-in closet, with a center island, to house even the most extensive wardrobes. A second bedroom is downstairs with a walk-in closet and access to a full bathroom while three additional bedrooms are upstairs with a media room.

First floor of The Renfrow house plan 1482.

69’8″ x 57’4″

Second floor of The Renfrow house plan 1482.

Compare to the original sketches:

House Plan on the Drawing Board 1482 is a two-story design that is perfect for entertaining!

Update – Rear Elevation Added!

Check out the front elevation for house plan 1482.

Check out the rear elevation of conceptual house plan 1482.

Conceptual House Plan 1482

Leave us your feedback and suggestions at the bottom of this post!

Conceptual house plan 1482 is an updated version of Design 979, The Luxembourg. The cedar shake exterior is accented with stone to create exceptional curb-appeal. A metal roof covers the front porch and columns with brackets provide rustic charm.

A curved staircase is just inside the foyer entry, accompanied by a coat closet and powder room. Columns and beams distinguish the dining room which is open to a stunning gourmet kitchen with an over-sized island. The great room enjoys a coffered ceiling, fireplace, and built-in shelves and opens to a rear porch and screened porch with fireplace for year-round entertainment.

The master suite is flooded with light and gains vertical space with a tray ceiling. The master bathroom offers two vanities, a private toilet room, and an open (door-less) walk-in shower. The closet is divided for two wardrobes and features built-in drawers.

The two-car garage offers extra storage and just inside the service entry is a pantry, a large utility room, and a coat closet. The bedroom/study makes the perfect home office or guest suite and has a walk-in closet and adjacent bathroom.

Check out the first floor of conceptual house plan 1482.

Three spacious bedrooms are upstairs and each offers a walk-in closet. The largest bedroom also has a nook, perfect for completing homework or reading. Two full bathrooms are available, one with a double sink vanity. A spacious linen closet is positioned between the bedrooms and an over-sized bonus room is great for a media/game room.

Check out the second floor of house plan 1482.

Make sure to sign up for email alerts about new and updated conceptual designs.

You can view all of our house plans online.

View our latest House Plan on the Drawing Board.

18 comments on “House Plan 1482 | Rustic Two-Story

  1. Katie on

    This one is a strong contender, but can the fireplace be centered in the great room? This would be a deal breaker for my OCD! 🙂 I’m guessing there are structural reasons for it to be off center.
    Thanks,
    Katie

    Reply
    • Echo Jones on

      Thank you for the feedback, Katie! We’ll definitely pass that along to our designers. I think the fireplace could be centered, if you prefer it that way. I’m sure you’re not the only one bothered by it being off center!

      Reply
  2. John on

    I would like to see this plan developed. Disappointed with the Luxembourg.
    Has anyone had experience with a laundry room beside master. I don’t think there is a need for another bath and agree with Mandi would like to see mudroom and laundry separate. Pantry space to tight.
    Pretty nice plan.

    Reply
    • Echo Jones on

      Hi Kelly, this design is conceptual and has not been chosen for completion at this time so we don’t have any additional drawings.

      This design is based on The Luxembourg Plan 979 and you can order that plan with modifications to incorporate the features that you like from Conceptual Design 1482. Contact us if you have questions about this process – 1-800-388-7580.

      Reply
  3. Mandi q on

    Btw.

    One of the main reasons I love this plan. It seems affordable. Where we are at we need a basest. By keeping sq footage low on main level it makes this affordable

    Reply
  4. Mandi q on

    Other change possibly laundry room off of master suite where half bath is with access to master bedroom with laundry shoot incorporated from upstairs hence making current utility room into a mud room drop zone change the access door to a sliding door looking out to kitchen

    Reply
  5. Mandi on

    I love this plan. I would consider making a couple small changes to the right side on main level.
    1. Bump out the bedroom/ study in order to make the bathroom a little bigger with a door to the outside.
    2. Make the storage and closet area into a mud room drop zone.
    3. Use the current pantry as an espace
    4. Add a pantry between the kitchen and dining room beside the refrigerator. Bump out the garage to accomidate. New garage entrance would be in mudroom/ dropzone area with a slide through door in pantry from garage for groceries.
    5. Take out the half bath in the foyer and add stairs goin down with a media half wall closet. The stairs going up could allow for a coat closet.
    Figure out a way to have a tub in the master bathroom.

    Love this plan. I would love to see the above changes done. It would be the perfect family home for a us if the pantry was added with a garage slide through door for groceries. Nice big pantry so the second fridge of freezer could be right close to the kitchen.

    Reply
  6. Mz Wy on

    I am considering 2 story designs — again! Conceptually I like this design — it is similar to some of your others. Here are suggestions for improvement:
    * master bath — MUST have a tub
    * make great room bigger –like 18′ x 20′ or thereabouts. If you did this, the hallway containing the kitchen counter section would be roomier. Or move back kitchen wall up to match master bedroom room in back
    * remove powder room from foyer (maybe add this section to master bath?)
    * upstairs — remove bonus area over LR
    * upstairs — I don’t like the arrangement of the bedrooms to the right and would re-align bottom walls to make this better. I would remove the 3rd, right bottom bedroom and have “bonus room” access over the garage.

    That’s it! Thanks for all your wonderful work!

    Reply

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *